Defendants-appellees' belated contention on appeal that the donation is mortis causa (they did not raise that issue in their answer or in the lower court) is wrong. 496 that registered land, and ownership therein, shall in all respects be subject to the same burdens and incidents attached by law to unregistered land", and that nothing in Act No. Registered land, and ownership therein, shall in all respects be subject to the same burdens and incidents attached by law to unregistered land. The situation of Andrea Budlong is analogous to that of a spouse whose name was not included in the Torrens title when conjugal land was metered in the name of the other spouse.
There is not the slightest indication in the deed that the donation would take effect upon the donors' death. In the deed it is expressly stipulated that the ownership over the two-thirds proindiviso share of the donors in Lot No. That notarial deed amounted to a transfer of the ownership and ion of the lot because the execution of a public instrument of conveyance is one of the recognized ways by which delivery of lands may be made (Art. 496 "shall in any way be construed "to change the laws of descent, or the rights of partition between coparceners joint tenants and other cotenants " "or to change or affect in any other way any other rights or liabilities created by law and applicable to unregistered land, except as otherwise expressly provided in this Act or in the amendments hereof". Nothing contained in this Act shall in any way be construed to relieve registered land or the owners thereof from and rights incident to the relation of husband and wife, or from liability to attachment on mesne process or levy on execution, or from liability to any lien of any description established by law on land and the buildings thereon, or the interest of the owner in such land or buildings, or to change the laws of descent, or the rights of partition between coparcener joint tenants and other cotenants or the right to take the same by eminent domain, or to relieve such land from liability to be appropriated in any lawful manner for the payment of debts, or to change or affect in any other way any other rights or liabilities created by law and applicable to unregistered land, except as otherwise expressly provided in this Act or in the amendments hereof. (The spouses are of the conjugal assets as provided in article 143 of the Civil Code.) Thus, by reason of section 70, it was held that a parcel of land, which was acquired during the marriage and which was registered under the Torrens system in the name of one spouse, is presumed to be conjugal unless proven otherwise.
496 applies to this case; that it has no jurisdiction to protect her right under the deed of donation, and that she could not demand partition because she was no longer a co-owner of the lot. 4718 which was issued two years after the execution of the deed of donation.
It was noted in the deed that the Court of First Instance of Bohol had rendered a decision dated November 28, 1933 regarding the said lot. 15, 20) Article 403 of the old Civil Code, now article 497, provides that the assignees of the co-owners may take part in the partition of the n property. The deed of donation made Andrea Budlong a co-owner of Lot No. She became the successor-in-interest of the donors, Isabela Pondoc and Crispina Pondoc The fact that in OCT No. It unmistakably provides that the conversion of unregistered land into registered land does not affect the rights of the CO-owners nor the legal rights and liabilities applicable to unregistered land.Here is the passage in which Sharpe explains the experiment: “In consultation with W.Voelkle of the Pierpont Morgan Library, a piece of the wrapping band of Morgan G.67 approximately 17mm.2 and .25mm thick was selected for analysis. Eleuterio Ramo and Salvador Budlong for plaintiff-appellant. 5447, with an area of 12,524 square meters, situated at Barrio Ubujan Tagbilaran City, Bohol, at six hundred pesos in 1965. JUAN PONDOC, FABIO PONDOC, APOLINARIA PONDOC, BENEDICTA PONDOC, FELICIDAD PONDOC and FRANCISCO GARROTE defendants-appellees. AQUINO, J.: This is an action for the partition of Lot No.